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A solid GUI Framework for Haskell?
8 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 27 Jun 2021
gi-gtk (part of the haskell-gi project) is still actively maintained and it is in LTS 18.
Best UI Toolkit for generating UI elements at runtime
Excellent news! For Windows, there’s some detailed documentation on installation, which I personally think is excellent. (Though I may be biased, since I wrote some of it myself!) For Linux, I remember installation being pretty simple last time I tried it (on an Ubuntu VM, as I already mentioned), though I haven’t attempted it again lately.
For compilation there are instructions here that should be enough. We also had issues at run time about missing gsettings-schemas. We found a thread for another gtk application which solved our issues with these commands:
It worked. Long story short : upgraded everything, applied Github issue workaround, it worked.
Sorry, not a maintainer (that would be /u/garetxe, I think), just a satisfied user! And a Windows one to boot, so I wouldn’t know about Mac (though I have previously managed to build it on an Ubuntu VM). Perhaps try building it again and submit an issue if it doesn’t work; there’s some relevant documentation here and here which might help.
What are some alternatives?
dear-imgui.hs - Haskell bindings to Dear ImGui, an immediate mode GUI toolkit
bindings-GLFW - Low-level Haskell bindings to GLFW
nfc - Haskell bindings to libnfc
markdown-unlit - Literate Haskell support for Markdown
ghc-hotswap - Example code for how we swap compiled code within a running Haskell process.
nixos-manager - Manage your NixOS packages and configuration via a simple, intuitive UI
freer-simple - A friendly effect system for Haskell
threepenny-gui - GUI framework that uses the web browser as a display.